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Higher Education Certificate of Language Proficiency (CLES)
Unlike other certifications, CLES evaluates five skills: oral comprehension, written comprehension, written expression, oral expression and interaction. As a result, it is a great enhancement to language skills to mention on a cv. At UNC, the CLES is only open for English and is available on the three skill levels of the Common European Language Reference Framework (CECRL):
- CLES B1: This level must be acquired no later than in the second year of a bachelor’s degree (integrate into in a living environment abroad).
- CLES B2: This level can be acquired in the final year of the bachelor’s degree. For students enrolled in the MEEF master’s degree at the ESPE, this level can be obtained at the end of their training.
- CLES C1: This level must be acquired no later than in the second year of master’s research (synthesise information and present various points of view on topics in the context of a real situation in relation to the professional world).
For more information: www.certification-cles.fr
International English Language Test System (IELTS)
The IELTS is an internationally recognised test which aims to establish a person’s level of English at a given time. It is required in English-speaking countries for international mobility students. The test is organised on campus thanks to a partnership with the English Language Academy of the University of Auckland. The UNC offers test preparation sessions to interested students.
All registration is done on the ELA – Auckland website:
Registration fees are paid via the website.
It is possible to sit the certification at the UNC and to prepare for the exam (free preparation for UNC students; paid preparation for non UNC students).
Contact for preparation: email@example.com
The objective of this spelling assessment is to reliably and objectively certify the level of proficiency of the written French language.
This certificate is designed to indicate to recruiters the level of French held by the applicant and thus highlight a distinguishing skill on their CV.
Diploma in French Language Studies (DELF) and Advanced Diploma in French Language (DALF)
These are official diplomas issued by the French Ministry of National Education to certify French language proficiency for foreign candidates. DELF and DALF consist of six independent diplomas, corresponding to the six levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Depending on their level, the candidate can register for the exam of their choice.
Each diploma assesses the following four skills:
- oral comprehension
- oral production
- written comprehension
- written production.
Language Resource Centre
(+687) 290 450 firstname.lastname@example.org